Saint-Gobain buys Norwegian glass wool maker

By Davide Ghilotti
Published: Monday, 16 October 2017

Glava supplies glass wool and other insulation products that are produced at its two manufacturing plants in Norway. In a separate development, the group also bought Argentina’-based Megaflex, active in waterproofing applications.

French construction, glass and refractory materials group Saint-Gobain SA has completed the acquisition of Glava, a Norwegian company active in the insulation market.

The two parties entered first negotiations in June this year, and the takeover has now been finalised after receiving clearance from the...

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